The world as we know it is ancient. Billions of years old, in fact! How do we know this? Why, most of us are made out of processed dinosaur stuff, after all. That’s been in the ground for millions of years! It takes a lot longer than a few thousand years to produce the natural building blocks of a hearty pool toy.
Climate change and global warming are definitely a thing, and something we have a great interest in. The oceans are the biggest pool we’ve got, and all the melting land and sea ice is making more water for us to float in. That’s pretty awesome, right? Plus the air is heating up slowly but surely, and who doesn’t love a little thermal expansion? We have to be careful however. Too much change can be dangerous, as severe storms could leave us blown all over the place. Have you ever had to pick yourself out of the branches of a tree, and patch all the holes? It isn’t fun, that’s for sure.
We often get asked if we’re more interested in micro scale sciences, or things at the macro scale. That should be obvious by now. The macro scale is where we like it best! The bigger the better, as is often said. Perhaps with the aid of some non-thermal expansion, via some lovely electric pump or another. They’re great devices, and one of the many delightful products of modern day science!
You might think that all this talk of expansion, pumps, compressors, rubbery bodies, patch kits, and general bigness are part of some crazy Big Toy Agenda. You’d be quite right in thinking so, as big toys are very much our agenda. The bigger the better! There’s a lot of space out there, and we intend to fill it.
So grab an air pump, and come enjoy the squeaky side of life! With SCIENCE!
Written by Tombfyre